I recently bought myself a new motherboard and CPU. After I was done installing my new components, me and my brother decided that he should inherit my old parts, however, his installation went much less smoothly than mine, and we encountered many problems which we eventually solved, but our current problem is one we cannot seem to solve ourselves. The motherboard he inherited is an ASUS x79-deluxe and the CPU is an Intel i7-4820K. The computer refuses to boot almost every time we do so, and the monitor displays the screen prompting us to press F2 or DEL to enter BIOS but refuses to go further. The Q-Code shows what we believe to be a ̶7̶ and a top-line before stopping to display anything else. The Onboard LEDs successfully check the DRAM, CPU, and VGA for errors and clears them of suspicion, but they indicate an error with the BOOT_DEVICE. The PC does, however, boot on rare occasions where only half of the ram is registered, but everything else seems to work fine, but when we restart or shut down the computer, the problem reappears.